The January 6 committee’s been lying to the American people all along.
Members of the kangaroo court have hidden a key piece of evidence from the public.
And now Donald Trump just crushed the January 6 committee with this smoking gun.
The crux of the fictional storyline the January 6 committee is trying to bamboozle the public with is that Donald Trump wanted violence on January 6, incited the violence with his speech at the rally and then cheered the violence afterwards.
It’s all a carefully constructed lie that appears sturdy at first glance.
But it collapses like a house of cards on close examination.
The committee carefully cherry-picked which snippets of testimony, which witnesses it called for public hearings, and which questions committee members asked them so as to overwhelm the American people with a one-sided case to prevent them from asking key questions about what the committee was leaving out.
One key piece of evidence the committee doesn’t want anyone to know about is a Pentagon inspector general memo about the timeline of events leading up to January 6.
The Pentagon inspector wrote that in a January 3, 2021, Oval Office meeting between President Trump, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley and acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller, Trump offered to deploy the National Guard to the Capitol because in Trump’s own words he wanted to “make sure it was a safe event.”
However acting Secretary of Defense Miller rejected the suggestion.
“Mr. Miller and GEN Milley met with the President at the White House at 5:30 p.m.,” the memo read. “The primary topic they discussed was unrelated to the scheduled rally. GEN Milley told us that at the end of the meeting, the President told Mr. Miller that there would be a large number of protestors on January 6, 2021, and Mr. Miller should ensure sufficient National Guard or Soldiers would be there to make sure it was a safe event. Gen Milley told us that Mr. Miller responded, ‘We’ve got a plan and we’ve got it covered.'”
Acting Secretary of Defense Miller was not the only official who rejected President Trump’s offer to deploy the National Guard to protect the Capitol.
Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy dismissed the idea out of fear of the optics of deploying the Guard.
McCarthy stated “he did not want to create the perception that the military was involved in the electoral process,” the memo added that “He said that Mr. Miller made it clear that the military would not be involved in certifying the election results and that 10 different news agencies asked him about military use and martial law.”
Most damning, the Capitol Hill Police Chief Robert Contee rejected the Guard – or any other federal agency deploying that day out of concern that federal officers would carry weapons in Washington, D.C.
“Chief Contee explained to us that he did not want other Federal law enforcement involved on January 6, 2021, because of the risk associated with having unidentified Federal officers carrying weapons within D.C.,” the memo added.
The January 6 committee wants you to think they have an airtight criminal case against Donald Trump.
But the committee is lying.
And committee members have been lying from the start.
They are counting on hiding key evidence from the people to push their Big Lie about Donald Trump.
The facts obliterate the false narrative the committee attempted to construct about President Trump.
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